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Dunlop Tyre Pressure Monitors £13.79 (£2.95 p+p) @ Box
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Dunlop Tyre Pressure Monitors £13.79 (£2.95 p+p) @ Box

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Posted 14th Feb 2019

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All in one system to monitor tyre pressure in real time, works out at £16.74 delivered (nearly half the price of what is selling on eBay store). The solar panel readout box can be attached to your dashboard and includes Leak detection for slow punctures.



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Dunlop Tyre Pressure Monitors

  • LCD Screen
  • Real Time Tyre Pressure
  • Solar Panel
  • Perfect For Dashboard
  • Leak Detection
  • Goes up to 51 PSI (so check if suitable for you're vehicle)


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p.s. previous tip from @worthinger "If you are worried about them seizing just add a tiny smear or grease to the threads before you do up the lock nut."
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wiz114th Feb

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Perhaps because they will detect a slow puncture before the driver would?
Must... not.... buy.....things... i... do not... need.. ARGH!
This deal is in no way inflated!
£15 delivery to Northern Ireland sucks.... Otherwise good deal
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This deal is in no way inflated!
How long does the battery last in the caps?
louisputtick3 m ago

How long does the battery last in the caps?


Spec sheet on the product page says 24 months
£15 delivery to Northern Ireland sucks.... Otherwise good deal
wiz114th Feb

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Perhaps because they will detect a slow puncture before the driver would?
Purchased, useful for checking pressures (from within the car and driving) when i'm on my track-day next week.
Good and useful item, i wish it was smaller though...
Must... not.... buy.....things... i... do not... need.. ARGH!
I have this, it’s brilliant!

Really impressed, had mine 6 months and charged the battery three times only!
Dont these rust and seize on?
From one of the reviews, more worried about the bit in bold, I mean how large must they be to cause that !! Good that batteries can be replaced.

+It is cheap and it works very well indeed. The solar power works well The tyre pressures are send every time there is a change. The batteries are replacable 1632 size It's nice to be able to have the display in your pocket as you go round topping up tyre pressures.

-The sensors are fairly big. Very visible on the wheel, inviting vandalism. Possibly upsetting wheel balance. More suitable for a motorhome than a car. The spec says up to 6.5 bar, but that is only true in part. It will record pressures that high, but the highest you can set to "high pressure alert" to is 51psi/3.5bar. I use 52psi as the normal pressure on two wheels, which means the irritating beeps keep repeating. They should have a pass-through valve on the outside, so you don't have to remove them to top up.
powerbrick14/02/2019 15:46

Dont these rust and seize on?


Copper grease before application
Great idea, but they'd just get nicked, even though they're useless to anyone else.
pop80_uk14/02/2019 15:51

Copper grease before application


Aye, I found that out the hard way. I had to use mole grips and a real spanner to get one off to top up the tyre.
yep some idiot scum chavs stole my caps too
Can also get simlar on sites like Ali/Gearbest etc same sort of price and below if you dont mind waiting
wiz114/02/2019 15:10

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Because people are too lazy to check their tyre pressures with a gauge/ compressor or foot pump these days
krizw14/02/2019 15:23

Purchased, useful for checking pressures (from within the car and driving) …Purchased, useful for checking pressures (from within the car and driving) when i'm on my track-day next week.


Good idea for that actually, I drop my boosted NA Eunos down to 24/ 25 psi a corner and they always self inflate to nearly 30 by the end of a good session chopping Vtecs
Ooooo. Cool gadjet alert. Bought.
Rhythmeister14/02/2019 16:01

Because people are too lazy to check their tyre pressures with a gauge/ …Because people are too lazy to check their tyre pressures with a gauge/ compressor or foot pump these days


Well that’s just crazy these things are dog ugly imagine them on the nice set of alloys no thanks !
Seems good value and a positive aftermarket safety feature.
Rhythmeister1 h, 5 m ago

Because people are too lazy to check their tyre pressures with a gauge/ …Because people are too lazy to check their tyre pressures with a gauge/ compressor or foot pump these days


Lots of new cars have a tyre gauge built in as standard
Rhythmeister1 h, 8 m ago

Because people are too lazy to check their tyre pressures with a gauge/ …Because people are too lazy to check their tyre pressures with a gauge/ compressor or foot pump these days


Not sure about you but we live in the UK - We have puddles , pot holes, mud - So reading the pressure without getting near the tyre seems very sensible.
Rhythmeister1 h, 23 m ago

Good idea for that actually, I drop my boosted NA Eunos down to 24/ 25 psi …Good idea for that actually, I drop my boosted NA Eunos down to 24/ 25 psi a corner and they always self inflate to nearly 30 by the end of a good session chopping Vtecs


Mine went from 29psi to 45psi last time out.
Edited by: "krizw" 14th Feb 2019
Rhythmeister14/02/2019 16:01

Because people are too lazy to check their tyre pressures with a gauge/ …Because people are too lazy to check their tyre pressures with a gauge/ compressor or foot pump these days



That can be a bit tricky whilst doing 70 down the motorway.

Aside from that, having a set of these in means I actively check the pressures of all 4 tyres every single time the car gets used. If you're checking your pressures with a manual gauge every time you use the vehicle, you've got too much time on your hands (and if you're not, you're just as likely to miss a soft tyre/slow puncture as not, and would be better off fitting a set of these).

I bought one of these last Nov when they were the same price, and it's just as good as the Tyrepal I have on the other car. Some points:

1. They don't seize on if you use coppa slip
2. They don't fall off or get nicked (in my experience)
3. They don't significantly affect wheel balance (but if you're worried about it then get your wheels balanced with them fitted).

This is a great price for what seems to be a very good product.
wiz11 h, 47 m ago

Well that’s just crazy these things are dog ugly imagine them on the nice s …Well that’s just crazy these things are dog ugly imagine them on the nice set of alloys no thanks !


Well I think sentences look better with punctuation.

We are all different. Some people would prefer safety over looks.
Have this set and main issue I have is getting them on and off quickly when inflating at the petrol station, has anyone found an easier way than removing the sensor and bolt entirely?
Jules_HT14/02/2019 17:29

That can be a bit tricky whilst doing 70 down the motorway. Aside from …That can be a bit tricky whilst doing 70 down the motorway. Aside from that, having a set of these in means I actively check the pressures of all 4 tyres every single time the car gets used. If you're checking your pressures with a manual gauge every time you use the vehicle, you've got too much time on your hands (and if you're not, you're just as likely to miss a soft tyre/slow puncture as not, and would be better off fitting a set of these).I bought one of these last Nov when they were the same price, and it's just as good as the Tyrepal I have on the other car. Some points:1. They don't seize on if you use coppa slip2. They don't fall off or get nicked (in my experience)3. They don't significantly affect wheel balance (but if you're worried about it then get your wheels balanced with them fitted).This is a great price for what seems to be a very good product.


True, best to check the fluids and tyre pressures before setting off, tyre pressures are accurate when cold
Ordered. Thanks OP.
My Grandad would have had one of these in his Capri - next to the the compass ball, thermometer and clock, if these were about then..
Perfect for the caravan. I’ll have two spare caps. TCB 1% too
I use these whilst towing caravan, one set on rear car wheels and one on caravan, early warning of low pressure, high pressure , and heat .
These do psi?
dave.williams6wQ1 h, 40 m ago

I use these whilst towing caravan, one set on rear car wheels and one on …I use these whilst towing caravan, one set on rear car wheels and one on caravan, early warning of low pressure, high pressure , and heat .


Hi both.
Thanks for the comments they are brilliant safety ideas.
Have now ordered a set for my Caravan.
kaptin_d1 h, 47 m ago

Perfect for the caravan. I’ll have two spare caps. TCB 1% too

Rhythmeister3 h, 22 m ago

True, best to check the fluids and tyre pressures before setting off, tyre …True, best to check the fluids and tyre pressures before setting off, tyre pressures are accurate when cold


Sorry, you misunderstand. I'm thinking of when you pick up a nail or something and your tyre starts deflating as you are driving along. Who cares if your tyre is flat when the car isn't moving?

Look if you value your time so little that you're prepared to check tyre pressures manually, daily, or even more frequently, then crack on. I'd rather have a live display of pressures at all times (at the princely sum of under £20). Takes all sorts to make the world go round.
Edited by: "Jules_HT" 14th Feb 2019
I have purchased these since they were posted last time on hukd. Have not seized when needing to top up the air as I used copper grease. It makes it way easier to check tyre pressures in the cold and can help you loads
Bought one of these the last time it came up. One of my sensors has died, after about a month. Possibly bad luck, haven’t attempted to take them up on their warranty yet. Rocking around with 3 functioning sensors at the moment. It’s cool when it works, helped alert me to a binding front brake (temperature reading).
Thanks just purchased! Could save a lot of money not having to replace or repair an alloy if I get a slow leak
Edited by: "jacob.banner" 15th Feb 2019
wiz114/02/2019 15:10

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Quite possibly the most stupid comment I've seen on HUKD...
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